based on 12 nights inc. flights & selected experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
International economy flights and taxes from the UK
Camellia Hills Based on an All Inclusive Basis
per person based on a family of four travelling, 2 adults and 2 children under the age of 12.
Prices subject to peak season surcharges, over periods such as Christmas and New Year.
Perfect for younger families as well as families with teenagers
See some of Sri Lanka's most wonderful highlights without too much driving, ideal for families with younger children
Go in search of leopards in Yala National Park
Visit tea factories, spice and rubber plantations and if you wish go hiking into the hill country
Stay in beautiful family friendly boutique hotels and small family friendly resorts
Spend time relaxing on Sri Lanka's coast in a luxurious family friendly resort on a palm fringed beach
Year round destination. Because the Hill Country it so high up it rarely gets unbearably hot. The months of December to April are probably the best time to visit, as temperatures rise to around 28C during the day but cool down at night. During the monsoon season from October to December you can expect heavy downpours. June to September are the driest months here, when there’s almost no rain at all.
This easy but unique journey to Sri Lanka is great for kids or teenagers, with a private guide and driver included throughout. Carefully designed, it avoids too much driving around but it brilliantly blends lots of time exploring the hills and national parks with time to relax and play on a family friendly beach.
Begin your journey in a lovely converted tea bungalow, perched above the tea country. Three nights here helps you unwind after the flight, taking life slow. Here we can arrange treasure hunts through the spice plantations, but also walks through the tea fields, trips to the local tea factory and learning to cook. Older kids can enjoy white water rafting and go hiking.
From here you'll be whisked off to Yala National Park; home to one of the highest concentrations of leopards in the world, Yala is also a fantastic habitat for elephants, deer and sloth bear. Over your two nights, enjoy time exploring in your jeep on enthralling game drives, going in search of these illusive creatures.
Not far, just around the corner on the coast, you’ll have six nights in Tangalle. Enjoy cycling through the coconut groves and playing on the expansive beach. At certain times of year it's possible to see turtles hatching along this coast.
To end your family holiday, head back to Colombo for one night so that it is just a short flight back to the airport for your onward flight home.
It is not just Sri Lanka's Hill Country that is home to tea plantations; not far from Koggala Lake is the South Coast's very own tea plantation. See the ladies plucking tea leaves and visit the tea factory and learn about Sri Lanka's most famous export.
During your stay at Chena Huts, the bush walk takes guests more off the beaten track and allows them to see flora and fauna that wouldn't normally be encountered during a game drive.
Cycle through the charming city of Colombo at dusk, as you visit some of its most iconic landmarks.
A 1.5-hour cookery demonstration with one of the Wallawwa's chefs, beginning at 11am. Learn about the spices used and the different methods of preparation for different types of Sri Lankan curry. Following the demo, enjoy a 2-course lunch.
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